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The Everyday Sublime podcast explores a full spectrum spirituality. Each week begins with a dharma talk, and each month Josh has an in-depth conversation with a thought leader in the field. As Stephen Batchelor says, "the mystical does not transcend the world, but saturates it." www.joshsummers.net
 
A podcast about sex for everyone, no matter your preferences, orientation, or relationship style — based on the popular live Chicago talk show, hosted by sex educator Karen Yates. Panelists, interviews, stories, Q and A, and more reflect a dynamic and all-encompassing view of sexuality. Join the juicy party!
 
We are Dan and Elaine. Based in the North West of the UK, we are the co-hosts of Sublime True Crime, a podcast covering UK crimes. Just because true crime is a serious subject, it doesn't mean that a podcast about it needs to be. So we tackle the serious business of true crime with a light touch. We'd love for you to join us! Don't forget to leave us a review which you can do it at http://SublimeTrueCrime.com/Rate Follow / Contact / Support the Sublime True Crime Podcast Visit the website at ...
 
In Money with a Twist of Sublime Podcast, Holly the Wealth Fulfillment Strategist gives her spin on money as it pertains to running a business, along with incredible resources and ways to be smart about money as an entrepreneur. We also cover the money twist on your personal life, including shopping on a budget and creative ways to save, spend and give in balance. You really can have it all!
 
Un grand nombre des Noms magnifiques d’Allah sont répétés dans le Coran à de multiples reprises, en fonction des situations. Il est ainsi nécessaire d’expliquer leur signification de manière succincte. Ce sermon du vendredi donné par notre frère Fouad Abou Wiame dans la belle mosquée de Vauréal (Val-d’Oise) est une suite de réflexions concernant un de ces magnifiques noms d’Allah qui est Al-Hakîm (Le Sage par excellence). Le musulman doit savoir qu’Allah possède la plus haute Sagesse concern ...
 
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Many practitioners feel confused about how to achieve stillness in meditation and life. In this talk, Josh explores stillness, not as something to be achieved, but as something to recognize, and that is key. Listen to Episode 140 here or in your favorite podcast app. Ways to support the show: Ongoing, Online Practice with Josh and Terry in the Rive…
 
“Do I enjoy sex with friends, and risk losing the friendship? Or do I find strangers, and keep my friends separate?” Panelists weigh in on mixing sex into established platonic relationships, and a storyteller remembers the terror and thrill of going topless onstage. In this episode: Matthew Amador - Psychotherapist for love, sex & gender rebels Bra…
 
In this talk, I reflect on the one year anniversary of the River Bird Sangha and outline the development of kindness (metta) and insight (vipassana) within the contemplative journey. Listen to Episode 139 here or in your favorite podcast app. Ways to support the show: Ongoing, Online Practice with Josh and Terry in the River Bird Sangha: https://jo…
 
Karen interviews sex writer JoEllen Notte on sex and depression: how to talk to your doc about sexual side effects of antidepressants, ways to approach a partner experiencing depression, and new approaches to sexuality. In this episode: Sex & Depression - JoEllen Notte’s writings Buy The Monster Under the Bed Books mentioned on the podcast Support …
 
In this first episode of the Fall 2021 season, I discuss three interrelated meditative processes: The relational process, the perceptual process, and the meaning-making process. Each of these will be explored in greater depth, including specific meditation techniques, over the next several months. Ways to support the show: Ongoing, Online Practice …
 
Sex + art! Throughout history the two have gone together. We look at Miami’s Wilzig Erotic Art Museum, a major collection of sex art and artifacts, and talk to its director of education about the museum’s vibrant presence in the South Beach community. In this episode: Naomi Wilzig Erotic Art Museum Leather Archives & Museum Hamburg’s Erotic Art Mus…
 
Many people are radically re-examining their relationship values — both in dating and with long-term partners — after a year and a half of pandemic living. Panelists discuss newfound pickiness on dating apps, being honest with yourself, and finding your center in a time of crisis. In this episode: Tazima Parris - Sex coach & pleasure mentor Brandon…
 
"My partner is a flirt. He says this is who he is..." Panelists answer a frustrated listener’s question on different social styles within a couple. Plus, the sticky wicket of starting a nonmonogamy convo in an established relationship. In this episode: Tazima Parris - Sex & intimacy coach Diane Long - Body worker & empowerment self defense teacher …
 
Crystal meth and other “party and play” drugs have dug deep roots into gay sex and beyond. Two guests discuss party culture, addiction, harm reduction, and rediscovering your sexuality in recovery. In this episode: The Tweakers Project on Facebook 12-step programs have helped some people with addictions. If you think you have a meth problem, Crysta…
 
“We like to call it the hot sauce of kink.” Lois Lane shares about the versatile practice of erotic hypnosis, and how it can add spice to sex and relationships from D/s to vanilla (and everything in between). In this episode: “Mind Play: A Guide to Erotic Hypnosis” on Bookshop Want to learn more on erotic hypnosis? Check out our Sexual Resources pa…
 
In this closing episode, I discuss the importance of meditating just five minutes a day along with sharing some personal updates and plans to come. Listen to Episode 137 here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Ways to support the show: Ongoing, Online Practice with Josh and Terry in the River Bird Sangha: https://joshsummers.ne…
 
Group sex: Is it all it’s cracked up to be? Panelists answer a listener question on planning or attending a group-sex event for the first time. In this episode: Peter aka MksThingsHappin - kink and relationship coach (say hi to him on FetLife!) Aiden Nicholson - Queer midwife and OBGYN advanced practice nurse Tom Pardoe - Sober leather daddy, title…
 
In this conversation, Robert Wright and Josh discuss how cognitive biases create existential psychological threats, essentially derailing humanity’s capacity to tackle global issues that demand global cooperation. This talk is part of Josh’s series with Bob, called “The Dharma of Bob.” Listen to our discussion here or in your favorite podcast app. …
 
We tackle a listener question about how to make a sex fantasy reality. Our sexpert panel give you important things to consider and how to overcome shame in order to have the sex you want. In this episode: Matthew Amador - Psychotherapist for love, sex & gender rebels Elmo Painter - Somatic psychotherapist Brandon Hunter-Haydon - Psychotherapist & i…
 
In this conversation, Josh and Lauri Glenn discuss Lauri’s career transitions from bodyworker to firefighter to yoga/dharma teacher. They specifically discuss the important role that self-compassion plays on the path and how difficult it can be to access self-compassion. Listen to our discussion here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the …
 
One woman’s story of moving from a “don’t talk about sex” childhood into a sexually unsatisfied early adulthood and finally discovering Tantra, energy work, and her own sexual desire and power. In this episode: Urban Tantra on Bookshop Full episode transcript available on our website! Work with host Karen Yates in Zoom groups and one-on-one as she …
 
In her visiting talk to our Sangha, Linda Modaro reflects on ways to honor the truth of personal experience in life and meditation, and how that direct experience becomes the doorway into recognizing the dharma in one’s own life. Listen to Linda’s talk here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Linda Modaro s sangha: Sati Sangha, …
 
A summertime sex-story special from the archives! Two storytellers share experiences of erotic experimentation, plus a comedic song about a hookup in Winnetka. In this episode: Archy Arch J - Storyteller & curator of OUTspoken Jessy Lauren Smith - Writer & storyteller Amy Do - Comedian & musician Full episode transcript available on our website! Wo…
 
Nervous about trying something new? Panelists discuss communicating with partners around trying new things, and answer audience questions on vulnerability, asking for what you want, and exploring turn-ons — with partners and by yourself. In this episode: Jo Flannery - Clinical sexologist Peter aka MksThingsHappin - Kink & relationship coach S1E4: F…
 
In Buddhism, one often hears about conventional and absolute reality, expressed as the Two Truth Doctrine. In this talk, I reflect on this teaching by contextualizing it within subjective experience. Listen to Episode 133 here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Ways to support the show: Join Josh’s newsletter: Letters From the …
 
"When we get into an argument, my partner won't talk to me for hours or even the whole day. What do I do?" Panelists discuss "stonewalling" — when one partner checks out during intense moments and refuses to talk things through — and what you can do if it's happening in your relationship. In this episode: Jason Best - Sex-positive & kink-aware ther…
 
In responding to a student’s question about the relationship between meditation practice and the mitigation of larger social illnesses, I reflect on how practice supports a transcending of cognitive biases that, themselves, fuel conflict and social strife. Listen to Episode 132 here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Ways to su…
 
Author Kate Davies talks about “In at the Deep End,” her novel about a woman’s pivot from hetero monogamy to a queer relationship, and the resulting deep-dive into London’s kink and poly scenes. This wry, insightful, and sexy story is sure to liven up your summer reading list. In this episode: Author Kate Davies In at the Deep End on Bookshop Sex-p…
 
In this episode, I interview dharma teacher Linda Modaro on the vital role of friendship, reflection, and conversation on the spiritual path. Listen to our discussion here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Linda Modaro s sangha: Sati Sangha, www.satisangha.org Ways to support the show: Take a class ($10): https://joshsummers.n…
 
In this week’s talk, I respond to some Sangha questions about practice, including the relationship between contemplation and vipassana meditation, the problem of thinking addiction, and the paradox of practice if we’re already awake. Listen to Episode 130 here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Ways to support the show: Take a …
 
How far would you go to feel better? Karen interviews Christie Tate, author of the bestselling memoir Group — one of Amazon's top titles for 2020 and a selection for Reese Witherspoon’s book club — on her quest for intimacy through an unconventional process of radical transparency. In this episode: Christie Tate “Group” on Bookshop Work with host K…
 
In this special Guest Night dharma session, Josh speaks with Howard Axelrod on the power of writing to sharpen skills of attention and perception and how these skills promote an enlivened engagement with the world. Listen to our discussion here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode Howard Axelrod s excellent books: The Point of Va…
 
Author/illustrator Sophie Lucido Johnson talks about her polyamory memoir “Many Love” and about her journey in expanding definitions of love, reframing jealousy, and taking pleasure in seeing partners happy with other people. In this episode: Sophie Lucido Johnson Many Love on Bookshop Episode transcript available on our website! Work with host Kar…
 
In this short talk, I introduce some reflections on how I use the practice of journaling as an integral tool on the path of “Knowing Thyself.” Listen to Episode 128 here or in your favorite podcast player. Links from the Episode Ways to support the show: Take a class ($10): https://joshsummers.net/classes Buy The Buddha s Playbook and Guided Medita…
 
“How would you like me to touch you?” Has anyone ever asked you that? Sex coach, former sex worker, and Wheel of Consent creator Betty Martin talks to Karen about her new book, 40 years of touching people, and how to practice giving and receiving pleasure. In this episode: Wheel of Consent video library Read a chapter of Betty’s new book Buy it on …
 
In Episode 127, I reflect on the Buddhist expression of the mystical journey: A shift from the sense of “me” and “my problems” to a compassionate awakening of the Buddha (one’s innate awareness) knowing Dharma (conditions as they are). Links from the Episode Ways to support the show: Take a class ($10): https://joshsummers.net/classes Buy The Buddh…
 
Want to up your sexy skills? Plan a visit to Kinky Kollege! Bruce, the event director, explains the broad selection of classes, culture of consent, and sexual community spirit at this inclusive twice-yearly event. In this episode: Kinky Kollege - learn more about the event Expanding Your Sexual Horizons - article by Bruce on our website Work with h…
 
In this episode, Josh speaks again with distinguished journalist and author, Robert Wright. This conversation is part of the ongoing series called, somewhat ironically, The Dharma of Bob. Today’s conversation explores how to revive a flailing meditation practice and how mindfulness can strengthen courage. Listen to our discussion here or in your fa…
 
In Episode 125, I discuss the importance of “playing your edge” with psycho-emotional content in meditation. With creative lightness, one’s zone of tolerable discomfort becomes more and more infused with a quality of peace. Links from the Episode Letters from the Path: Josh’s semi-regular musings on meditation, yoga, and what it all means. https://…
 
"My long-term partner stopped wanting sex a few years ago. I bring it up from time to time, but nothing happens... Suggestions?" Our panel of sexperts tackles this tough question from a supporter as part of our exclusive monthly Q&A for Patreon members. Plus, Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on vulnerability and change. In this episode: Brandon Hu…
 
This episode is the first half of a workshop that I gave on Yin Meditation. Applying the pedagogy of improvisation to meditation, I suggest that the first, and most important, skill in meditation is to get comfortable and “groovey” with the rhythmic pulse of consciousness, itself. I invite you to listen to Episode 124 here or in your favorite podca…
 
In this dharma talk, I offer an approach to working with fear that invites a creative and improvisational attitude towards playing with one’s edge of tolerable discomfort. Working in this way slowly grows one’s capacity to be with life as it is. Listen to Episode 123 here or in your preferred podcast app. Links from the Episode Letters from the Pat…
 
How many meds — from specialized to common — come with sexual side effects? You’d be surprised. Will your doctor tell you this, and if not, how can you ask? A sex educator and a cancer survivor talk through what docs often don’t tell you, or don’t know how to talk about, and what you can do. In this episode: Ren Grabert - sex educator Sex, Drugs, &…
 
In this episode, I interview Dr. Ellen Langer about her research that studies non-meditative mindfulness, and how this practice can support our health, relationships, and engagement with life. Listen to our discussion here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode On Becoming an Artist, Ellen Langer The Power of Mindful Learning, Elle…
 
In this talk, I explore the challenging dynamic of self-doubt and how “a returning” to the simplicity of the meditative process can strengthen confidence in one’s own capacity to walk and realize a path of freedom. I invite you to listen to Episode 121 here or in your preferred podcast app. Links from the Episode Letters from the Path: Josh’s semi-…
 
Want to cuddle? Platonic touch practitioner and coach Shawn Coleman talks about making safe spaces to practice nonsexual touch, owning your “no,” and learning to ask for the kind of physical contact you want. In this episode: Shawn Coleman - platonic touch practitioner & coach October 2018 - our first live show October 2019 - our first birthday sho…
 
Of the variety of difficulties that meditators complain about, the two most common challenges are excessive thinking and sleepiness. In this dharma reflection, I explore the different manifestations of what is provisionally called “sleepiness.” Held with skill, sleepiness can foster strength, clarity and energy. Listen to Episode 120 here or in any…
 
What can kink teach us about community, energy work, and trauma? In this erotic biography episode, somatic psychotherapist Elmo Painter talks about her history as a professional dominatrix, and how working with the body and energy then directly informs her therapeutic practice today. Karen shares about her own energy work in sound healing and her b…
 
In this interview, Josh talks with Howard (Howie) Axelrod about his two years of living in solitude in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Howie’s memoir, The Point of Vanishing, is an incredibly moving account of the spiritual journey into the heart of one s being. Listen to our discussion here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode…
 
In this dharma reflection, I explore the coordinates of Self. Specifically, this looks at the intersection of our little, small ‘s’ self that we commonly identify with (the “me” that has a history, personality, dreams, and aspirations) and how that small ‘s’ self intersects with a much grander experience of big ‘S’ Self discussed in various ways in…
 
What would happen if you gave yourself permission to celebrate your body, no matter its size or shape? Burlesque artists Carina Shero and Jezebelly of the Femme FATales discuss burlesque performance, being fat and fabulous, the censorship impact of FOSTA-SESTA, and intersectionality through period costumes. In this episode: Carina Shero - Fat commu…
 
We often begin the spiritual journey with a vague or an acute sense that something in our life isn t quite right, and we look to the spiritual path for a resolution to our distress. In Episode 117, I explore what sorts of wrongness the Buddhist path addresses and what kinds of dukkha the practice accepts as inevitable. Listen to it here or in your …
 
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